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phos·pha·ti·dyl·in·o·si·tol (PtdIns),

A phosphatidic acid combined with inositol found in biomembranes and a precursor to certain cellular signals. Sometimes referred to as inositide.
Synonym(s): phosphoinositide


/phos·pho·ino·si·tide/ (-in-o´sĭ-tīd) any of a number of phosphorylated inositol-containing compounds that play roles in cell activation and calcium mobilization in response to hormones.
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There were no significant correlations between either C or N and orthophosphate or either inositol phosphate (phytate or scyllo-[IP.
Saltier, "An inositol phosphate glycan derived from a Trypanosome brucei glycosylphosphatidylinositol mimics some of the metabolic actions of insulin," The Journal of Biological Chemistry, vol.
0 because this value is above of the isoelectric point of most of the vegetable proteins; which means that in theory, these proteins would present negative net charge and there would be electrostatic repulsion with the phytate, thus preventing the formation of complexes between inositol phosphate (IP) and protein.
However, some of the total P in soils is present as organic matter forms as phospholipids, nucleotides and inositol phosphate (Turner et al.
Washington, September 7 (ANI): Researchers at Birmingham University, UK, using bacteria and inositol phosphate, a chemical analogue of a cheap waste material from plants, have recovered uranium from the polluted waters from uranium mines.
Seed phosphorus and inositol phosphate phenotype of barley low phytic acid genotypes.
Inositol phosphate comprises 10 to 50 percent of the P in most soils (Stevenson and Cole, 1999).
3] (25) and inositol phosphate fluxes (26) have been observed in EPEC-infected cells.
Inhibition of vimentin network formation was observed with phosphatidyl inositol phosphate (PI(4)P) and phosphatidyl inositol bisphosphate (PI(4,5)[P.
Human thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH) exerts its action through various signaling cascades such as cAMP cascade and the phospholipase C beta-mediated inositol phosphate generation.
Myo-Ins and D-chiro-inositol (D-chiroIns) are the two main inositol stereoisomers naturally present in animal and plant cells, either in their free form or as bound-components of phospholipids or inositol phosphate derivatives.
They are a unique class of phosphatases that catalyze the stepwise hydrolysis of phytate to lower inositol phosphate esters and inorganic phosphate (Oh et al.

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